From Bernie Sanders supporter to comrade in a revolutionary feminist party.
Why I Joined
Retiree Patrick Burns has his “feet on the ground” fighting for union democracy, women’s rights, and more.
Teacher Sam Rubin says he joined the FSP because its decisions are guided by honest Marxist analysis and principles, good sense and militancy.
“With current U.S. policies and political leaders, it is easy to be disillusioned about what can be done. But being part of the FSP has offered me a radical vision.”
Standing up to right-wing thugs is an urgent matter of conscience. And it works!
“When you understand that fundamental change is so necessary, joining a revolutionary organization is the logical way to help that happen.”
From 1982, an insightful personal story by Yolanda Alaniz with resonance for the debates about identity politics today.
Chippewa (or Ojibwe) activist Ann Rogers is a co-founder of United Front Against Fascism, launched in 1988, which successfully organized a broad movement to oppose white supremacists in the Pacific Northwest.